VIOLENT CRACKHEAD SENTENCED TO TIME SERVED FOR SENIOR CITIZEN ATTACK
THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO ~~~~~ January 22, 2023 (LSNews) A 27 year old SIMON EVAN ANGECONEB appeared in person on Friday January 20,2022 before Justice Vincent Scaramuzza to be sentenced several crimes, including a violent attack on a 74 year old senior citizen who previously ran for Mayor in Thunder Bay.
ANGECONEB is pleading guilty as part of a plea deal that will see some criminal charges withdrawn.
ANGECONEB is pleading guilty to:
- -theft under $5,000 X 4
- -obstructing a peace officer, -breach of probation
- -mischief (lighting underwear on fire in jail cell)
ANGECONEB attended the LCBO on Cumberland Street North and Thunder Center several times in February 2021 to steal liquor that he could sell to fuel his crack cocaine habit.
An off duty TBPS Officer witnessed a disturbance at the Shoppers Drug Mart on Memorial Avenue and observed ANGECONEB running from the entrance with a cashier running after him.
The TBPS stopped ANGECONEB and told him he was under arrest for theft.
ANGECONEB was able to get away from the Officer and flee the area.
In July 2021 the TBPS Officer spotted ANGECONEB and arrested him for theft.
TBPS Officers received a 911 on September 19,2021 call to the Nugent Street area after a man was observed car hopping to steal items.
A neighbour in the area approached ANGECONEB attempting to enter a car.
ANGECONEB said he was hungry and the neighbour gave him $5 in cash and told him to go get some food.
ANGECONEB then walked down Villa Street and entered the property of a 74 year old man who requested him to leave.
ANGECONEB responded by kicking the senior citizen in the shin and then punching him numerous times in the face.
The senior citizen yelled to his neighbour requesting police assistance.
ANGECONEB then ran away.
The senior citizen was taken to Thunder Bay Hospital by paramedics.
The senior citizen had received several injuries including a cut above his eye, swelling, and internal bleeding in his eyes that have caused vision problems.
ANGECONEB was found later that day by TBPS Officers and arrested.
In a jail cell at Balmoral Police Station, ANGECONEB had removed a cigarette lighter from his rectum.
ANGECONEB proceeded to light his underwear and t-shirt on fire causing the jail cell to fill with smoke.
JOINT SUBMISSION FOR SENTENCE
Both Crown & Defence Attorneys have a joint submission for Justice Scaramuzza to consider.
ANGECONEB has served 489 real days in custody that will be enhanced to 734 days. The request is to have ANGECONEB released on time served of two years less a day plus two years probation.
ANGECONEB is a band member of Pic Mobert. His father was a heavy drinker & violent. His mother was also a heavy drinker with gang affiliations.
ANGECONEB is crackhead who commits crimes to feed his crack habit.
His criminal record starts on May 29,2017.
Justice Scaramuzza accepts the joint submission and sentences ANGECONEB to time served.
His Honour also orders ANGECONEB to write an apology letter to the senior citizen and orders 30 hours of community service.
ANGECONEB also receives a lifetime weapons prohibition and a DNA order.
ANGECONEB is ordered to contact the elderly victim.
ANGECONEB is further ordered not to attend the LCBO on Cumberland & Thunder Center. He is also banned from Shoppers Drug Mart on Memorial Avenue.
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SIMON EVAN ANGECONEB USED A HARMONICA AS A GUN
JUST ANOTHER CRIME THE DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS AT TBPS DIDN’T TELL THE PUBLIC ABOUT. We really need a new Director
Appearing by audio from the Kenora Jail in Thunder Bay plea court before His Honour Justice Frank Valente is 24 year old SIMON EVAN ANGECONEB. He will be pleading guilty to several charges.
Provincial Crown Attorney Piera Pasloski and Defence Attorney Tyler Woods are also on the line with a joint submission for His Honour to consider.
Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were called on December 5,2019 after 11pm about a car hopper in the Winnipeg & High Street area. Officers arrived quickly and located a suspect. After a brief chase ANGECONEB was placed under arrest. He had stolen prescription medication on him. He was also on probation at the time. He’s guilty of possession of stolen property and breach of probation.
On January 1,2020 at 10:40pm SIMON ANGECONEB entered the Delta Hotel at the Marina and asked the front desk clerk for change. The clerk denied the request. ANGECONEB grabbed the clerk’s cell phone and pulled out a shiny object. He then told the clerk “STAY BEHIND THE DESK OR I WILL SHOOT YOU” The clerk thought it was a gun.
Thunder Bay Police Officers responded quickly with the K-9 unit. Surveillance video was reviewed while the K-9 went to work. ANGECONEB was quickly tracked down and the K-9 sniffed out the shiny object which turned out to be a harmonica. Review of surveillance showed ANGECONEB but Officers were unable to conclude what the object was on video.
ANGECONEB was on bail and probation at the time. He’s guilty of robbery and 2 breaches.
ANGECONEB has a 2 page criminal record starting in May 2017. He has convictions for assault, thefts, assault with a weapon, numerous breaches. Gladue factors are he’s from the Pic Mobert Reserve and had a lot of violence in his family. Both his parents drank alcohol.
Asked by His Honout if he has anything to say and ANGECONEB replies “I’m guilty, my actions are inexcusable and I’m sorry”
The joint submission is for 18 month global sentence minus enhanced time served. ANGECONEB has been in custody since January 1,2020 which equals 288 days enhanced. He has 192 days to serve going forward. He’ll be statutorily released in November.
He receives another 18 months probation as well as a DNA order and 10 year weapon prohibition.
Not surprising, the Director of Communications at TBPS never told the public about this Delta Hotel robbery. He’s really lazy.
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